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The only mission-driven consultancy focused on improving the lives of underserved Ohioans with a team capable of unlocking tailor-made solutions.

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We are on a  mission to provide rural and Appalachian communities with tools, expertise, and advocacy through which we will collaboratively address our needs, optimize our opportunities, and reach our full potential.

 

We believe in the boundless potential of our region, and that Appalachian communities deserve a permanent seat at the table when resources are allocated in the halls of power. As our firm grows, so does our commitment to social impact investment and authentic engagement.

Government Affairs & Advocacy

What's This?

Providing effective and authentic engagement with decision makers at the federal, state, and local level.

Community Development

What's This?

Working with communities to develop tailored strategies to enhance and lead the way to positive and effective results.

Business
Development

What's This?

Leveraging the innovative spirit of our team to generate new client leads, effect policy change, and expand siloed business networks.

Association
Development

What's This?

Turning ideas into reality by connecting like-minded experts and leading the way to effective results.

Informed
Support

What's This?

Assisting our clients in meeting their goals by providing strategic insight and operational capacity, ensuring that “the next step” is always taken.

Event
Management

What's This?

Planning and executing public and private events for any type of event needed for your organization from conferences to receptions.

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Our firm’s name is both a testament to Appalachia’s storied past and a reminder of the relentless need for responsible development and socio-economic justice in the region.

WHY 'SUNDAY CREEK'?

In 1930, the Sunday Creek tributary of the Ohio River was once lined with a cluster of coal mines. One such mine became the site of Ohio’s worst ever mine disaster, when an explosion killed 82 men. The disaster prompted outrage and bolstered improvement of Ohio’s mine safety laws.

It is with this image in mind that we pioneer our new approach to community and economic development efforts in Appalachia. Through region-based, cohesive advocacy, we see an opportunity for a bold new way of life emerging in these hills. Our work has brought millions of dollars to our clients from state, federal and private sources. 

Sunday Creek Horizons is aggressively pursuing opportunities in all corners of Appalachia, and is in the process of building a multi-million dollar pipeline of projects.

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